Trouble (Matt Terry album)

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Trouble
Matt Terry - Trouble.jpeg
Studio album by
Released24 November 2017
Genre Pop
Length42:54
Label RCA
Producer
Singles from Trouble
  1. "Sucker for You"
    Released: 13 October 2017
  2. "Try"
    Released: 10 February 2018

Trouble is the debut and only studio album by British singer Matt Terry. It was released on 24 November 2017. [1] It debuted at No. 29 on the charts. [2] This is the first time that an X Factor UK winner has released their first album with another label instead of with Cowell's label, Syco.

Contents

Background

On 11 December 2016, he was crowned as the winner of The X Factor 2016, beating Saara Aalto. [3] He immediately released his winner's single, "When Christmas Comes Around", an original song written by Ed Sheeran, which was not included on Trouble. [4] Following his win, Terry signed with RCA Records. [5]

Singles

"Sucker for You" was released as the album's lead single on 13 October 2017. [6] "The Thing About Love" was released as the first promotional single from the album on 17 November 2017. In February 2018 a music video for "Try" was released. [7] [8]

Other songs

Terry also features on the remix of Enrique Iglesias' song "Súbeme la Radio" alongside Sean Paul. The song is included on the album.

Track listing

Trouble [9]
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Sucker for You" The Family 3:23
2."Got You"
2:43
3."Trouble"
  • Wilkinson
3:01
4."The Thing About Love"
  • Robson
3:16
5."Try"
  • Adams
3:14
6."Re-Writing History"3:18
7."Original" (with RedOne)
3:18
8."Don't Ask"
  • Blackwell
3:45
9."Mama" (featuring Ana Mena)
  • Terry
  • Antonio Rayo
  • Rafa Vergara
  • Pablo Fierro
  • Alberto Martinez-Liop
3:22
10."Weigh Me Down"3:42
11."Not You"
  • The Beast
3:11
12."Romeo y Juliet"
  • Rayito
4:33
13."Heartless"
  • Terry
  • Darren Lewis
  • Iyiola Babalola
  • Preston
  • Future Cut
3:04
14."Súbeme la Radio" (Remix) (Enrique Iglesias featuring Sean Paul and Matt Terry)
  • Luis Ortiz
  • Gaby Music
  • Chris Jeday
  • Carlos Paucar
3:27

Charts

Chart (2017)Peak
position
Scottish Albums (OCC) [10] 39
UK Albums (OCC) [2] 29

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